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Table 4 The effects of different variables on the variance in MBI-HSS subscales scores

From: The prevalence and stressors of job burnout among medical staff in Liaoning, China: a cross-section study

  EE DP PA
Demographics
F 1.809 6.721** 4.221**
R2 0.007 0.025 0.016
ΔR2 0.007 0.025 0.016
Work situations
F 12.387** 5.974** 0.614
R2 0.063 0.053 0.019
ΔR2 0.056 0.027 0.003
The relationship with patients
F 132.770** 111.052** 10.519**
R2 0.255 0.221 0.039
ΔR2 0.192 0.168 0.020
Work tasks
F 158.025** 88.763** 20.183**
R2 0.490 0.381 0.92
ΔR2 0.235 0.160 0.054
  1. Demographics include age, gender, marital status, education; Work situations include title, income and working hour, professional department
  2. Relationship with patients include WVS and FMS. Work tasks includes ERI
  3. In step 1, demographics were added
  4. In step 2, work situations were added
  5. In step 3, the relationship patients were added
  6. In step 4, work tasks was added
  7. MBI-HSS Maslach Burnout Inventory-Human Service Survey, EE Emotional exhaustion, DP Depersonalization, PA Personal accomplishment, ΔR2 R2 increase, FMS Fear of Malpractice Scale, WVS Workplace Violence Scale, ERI Effort-Reward Imbalance
  8. ** p < 0.01